For many school children a museum visit is limited to a day, but a recent project saw local museums transformed into classrooms for an entire term.
The pupils and their teachers, from two primary schools and a nursery, were participating in a research project devised by Wendy James of Garbers & … Read more
Added: November 30, 2016Comments: 0
Nicholas Thomas’ latest book The Return of Curiosity: What Museums are good for in the 21st century is a new fresh look into how museums play a big part in our society today. Kids in Museums volunteer Ben Drew had a read and discovered a fascinating book which he’d wholeheartedly … Read more
Added: September 16, 2016Comments: 0
Workshop Highlights from Welcoming Families with Autism Workshop at the Science Museum London, 9 February 2016...
This hugely successful workshop trained over forty delegates on how to focus on families with autism in museums. The workshop included talks from experts on autism and gave real examples of museums who are working to provide an accessible and welcoming environment. Inspiring ideas were shared between large and small … Read more
Added: February 17, 2016Comments: 0
TES and British Museum have joined forces to stage ‘The Huge History Lesson’ competition, which invites students to present their own historical enquiry into an object.
Added: November 4, 2015Comments: 0
Schoolchildren will see the new museum first on special preview day
The new Tate Modern will host 5,000 schoolchildren from around the UK for a special preview on 16 June, before opening to the general public on Friday 17 June, 2016.
The highly anticipated galleries will include … Read more
Added: October 29, 2015Comments: 0